The Center for the Arts Evergreen presents around 12 exhibitions in our gallery space every year. Most of our exhibitions are juried group shows, however we sometimes invite artists or art groups to exhibit in our space. CAE hosts an Annual High School Art Show in our gallery every spring. We also have a CAE Members Show every year, which is one of the benefits of becoming a member. We also coordinate two satellite gallery spaces at the Rotary Gallery, which is the lobby at Center/Stage, and Buchanan Rec Center on their main level. The satellite galleries are typically reserved for individual artists to show their artwork. Download a pdf that lists our current exhibit opportunities and has information on how to propose an exhibit in one of our gallery spaces.


Holiday Show and Gift Shop
November 18, 2017 to December 26, 2017
Opening: Friday, November 17, 4-7pm
CAE Gallery
The Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE) is pleased to present the 15th Annual Holiday Show and Gift Shop in our brand new facility. CAE features unique, handmade gift and holiday items from over 60 local and regional artists in a cohesive, mixed retail display. Come shop local this holiday season!

During the Holiday Show and Gift Shop, CAE will alter gallery hours to be open Monday Saturday, 10:00 am to 5:00 pm with extended hours to 7:00 pm on Wednesdays to allow for more shoppers.

The Holiday Show and Gift Shop will be in our new facility at 31880 Rocky Village Rd. (off County Rd. 65).
Bountiful Beauty: The Many Facets of Front Range Art
January 12, 2018 to February 24, 2018
Opening: Friday, January 12, 2018, 4-7pm
CAE Gallery
The Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE) presents our annual member show, this year entitled Bountiful Beauty: The Many Facets of Front Range Art.

For many years, art schools, art museums, and artists themselves were concentrated in the Eastern states of America. This changed over time and now the Western states of the US are also home to wonderful schools and centers for art education and appreciation. Correspondingly, the amount of talented artists residing and creating in the Western region has increased dramatically. The Front Range in particular boasts bountiful talent in all media and styles. Traditional Western art, once dubbed, "Cowboy Art" no longer represents the entirety of the scope of artwork that springs from this mountainous region. While we still lay claim to a significant source of realistic and impressionistic landscapes, scenes of the old West, and depictions of animals, there are many other styles and subject matters that have evolved, collided, reemerged, morphed, or that have begun completely anew. The many facets of Front Range art tell a story about what this region means to its various artists and inhabitants.
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